Columbia University Morningside Campus | Miller Theatre
Selected as the 38th Bampton Lectures in America Series speaker, artist and Visual Arts faculty Liam Gillick presents a series of four lectures examining a particular genealogy of the modern period that offers a revised understanding of the origins of contemporary art and its analysis. The series is co-presented by the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life and the School of the Arts.
1963 Herman Kahn and Projection: Tuesday, March 5
For the third lecture, 1963 is the pivot for a consideration of projection, both social and political. The rise of insurgency and the consolidation of the scenario as a tool of political and financial control is combined with new models of the presented self within developing subcultures.
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